Dennis Leber, CISO and CTO at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, says cybersecurity is not just a profession - it's a lifestyle. And as he leads this life, he finds one of today's biggest cybersecurity threats is not ransomware or IP theft - it's "the buzzword mentality."
In the latest "Troublemaker CISO" post, security director Ian Keller discusses the issue of supply chain security and whether you should disclose information about your supply chain to companies as part of the effort to secure it. His conclusion: Build your defenses and trust no one.
CyberEdBoard executive member Archie Jackson says security needs to be embedded by design at the inception of a project. He discusses how SASE is networking plus security plus identity and outlines how Network as a Service and Network Security as a Service combine to create SASE.
How can organizations improve their resilience in a world that seems increasingly unpredictable? Advisory CISO Wolf Goerlich of Duo Security at Cisco shares findings from Cisco's Security Outcomes Study and offers considerations for CISOs on how to build robust cyber resilience programs.
Cyber attackers have skills well beyond traditional information technology (IT) intrusions
and data exfiltration techniques—and they have set their sights on operating technology
(OT) environments. They have demonstrated an understanding of industrial control
systems (ICSs) and have an impressive ability to...
A global, integrated oil and gas company operating across five continents is using digital
transformation to grow its business, enter new markets and be more competitive. Critical
to this effort is a cloud-based digitalization initiative to enable advanced analytics and
decision-making, fueling greater efficiency,...
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," David Bruce of Broadcom discusses the competition and noise that marketers face today, why product builders and marketers should communicate about strategy, and how to describe your product in a way that lets customers know why it's important.
Now more than ever, chief information security officers (CISOs) are expected to weigh in on board-level decisions. In an increasingly competitive landscape, business acumen has become just as important as technical know-how, and executives rely on the CISO to map security programs to business objectives to promote...
Everyone gets phishing emails. Not everyone falls for them. Find out how vulnerable users are to today’s biggest cyber threats in our eighth annual State of the Phish report. This year’s report dives deep into today’s threats—and how prepared users are to face them. Get a wealth of data, insight and advice...
Most cybersecurity leaders know that people are their organizations’ biggest and most dynamic attack surface. So why is phishing still the threat type most likely to cause a data breach? Most training programs lack staying power and doesn’t promote lasting changes in behavior. Download this e-book to learn why...
In this edition, four ISMG editors discuss important cybersecurity issues, including how virtual currency Monero is becoming the main alternative to Bitcoin as the crypto choice for criminals, the challenges involved in an identity-centric Zero Trust approach and how to influence change in culture.
There were no CISOs when Marene Allison started her career. There was not even a cybersecurity discipline. But starting with a distinguished stint in the military, she has progressed through the public and private sectors - including time with the FBI - to become CISO for Johnson & Johnson.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Prachee Kale - a pioneer of CyberEd.io's Think.Design.Cyber. - discusses the need for systems and design thinking in cybersecurity marketing, how to tell your marketing story, and how systems and design thinking can lead to creative solutions.
Michael Lines is working with ISMG to promote awareness of the need for cyber risk management, and the CyberEdBoard is posting draft chapters from his upcoming book, "Heuristic Risk Management: Be Aware, Get Prepared, Defend Yourself." This chapter is titled "Recognize Their Attacks."
Octavia Howell has been a trailblazer throughout her career in information security. And as vice president and head of information security and risk for Equifax Canada, she takes great pride in giving opportunities to other women to carve out their own unique paths.